Category Archives: Hoxha

The State and Socialist Economics

When a workers state is created, new tasks are developed and must be accomplished. These tasks are particularly related to the realm of economics, as economic stability is crucial to maintaining a socialist state. The role of the state in … Continue reading

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A Marxist-Leninist View of Bureaucracy

After Stalin, the leadership of the Soviet Union utilized bureaucracy in a manner that took hold of the nation and helped turn the working class onto the road of capitalism, away from socialist development that had previously taken place extensively … Continue reading

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A Brief Guide to Hoxhaism.

ORIGINS Although Enver Hoxha had been the leader of socialist Albania since 1941, the ideological branch of Marxism-Leninism known was “Hoxhaism” did not technically emerge until the late 1970s. It was during this time where Hoxha and Mao officially weakened … Continue reading

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The Myth of Trotskyist Unity

Trotskyists claim they seek “unity” and are supposedly against “sectarianism,” and yet rightfully so, they are the most sectarian and the most opportunistic of all “communists,” if they even rightfully deserve to be called communist. Historically, just look at Trotsky’s … Continue reading

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Marxism-Leninism Versus Maoism

“[Maoism] was proclaimed as the highest stage of Marxism-Leninism in the present era. The Chinese leaders have declared that ‘Mao Tsetung has achieved more than Marx, Engels, and Lenin…’ The Constitution of the Communist Party of China, approved at its … Continue reading

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How Capitalism is Making Us Sick: Part One

“The system has made us sick. Let us strike the death blow to the sick system.” -Sozialistisches Patientenkollektiv. Capitalism is a system of sheer perversion and degeneration. It is merely a sickly and obese man, vomiting over the people he … Continue reading

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Guide to Communism

Guide to communist ideologies. Continue reading

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